Barely a few days after Nokia confirmed that its flagship Windows Phone, the Lumia 900, would be hitting store shelves nationwide via AT&T, a new device in the Lumia line has been leaked to the media.
According to The Mobile Indian, the newly rumoured Nokia Lumia 910 has apparently made its way onto the products section of the Dutch website Typhone.NL - and if we are to believe the word on the street, the device could be launched as soon as May.
However, the product page was soon removed by the company, and a disclaimer was posted stating that the product announcement made by the company was somewhat premature. No details as yet, could be confirmed about the rumoured Nokia Lumia 910.
According to ongoing speculation, the Nokia Lumia 910 will come equipped with a similar set of specs as the USA bound 4G LTE Lumia 900
It will be powered by the Windows Phone 7.5, and will be flaunting the same 4.3 inch touchscreen, 16GB internal storage, 1.4 GHz processor as well as contain both front and back facing cameras. The only difference would come in the form of a larger (12 megapixel) camera sensor.